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headed for america. >> julie: ahead, more on the attempt connection to yemen and what that country is doing to hunt down extremists. plus, it was the year of bernie madoff. >> everybody in my life has been demolished. >> a loss of investor confidence. >> your warranty will be safe. it will be safer than it's ever been. >> julie: bail-out for the auto industry. tonight, some of the biggest financial stories of 2009 and their impact on the year ahead and your wallet. but we start with the latest from president obama, who for the very first time is directly linking al-qaeda to the failed christmas day attack on a u.s. airliner. in his weekly address, the president said it appears 23-year-old umar farouk abdulmutallab was trained and armed by an al-qaeda affiliate in yemen. abdulmutallab is now in federal custody as you know, after he boarded a northwest airline flight in amsterdam, armed with powerful explosives, capable of bringing the plane down, though they failed to ignite. president obama today promising to track down all those responsible for the plot and also defending his admi
questions arising over whether america can end it by august. that story and a statistics out of iraq since the u.s. troops began fighting there more than six years ago. plus, elephant gone crazy, pilgrims at a religious ceremony running for their lives after one of the main participants runs amok. wait until you hear what startles him next. i keep track of my entire business on this spreadsheet... and all of these. paid invoices go right here. bang! - that hasn't been paid yet. - what? - huh-uh. - all my business information is just a phone call away-- to my wife... who's not answering. announcer: there's a better way to run your business. intuit quickbooks online organizes your business in one place. it easily creates invoices and helps you stay on top of your business anytime, anywhere. this is way better. get a 30-day free trial at intuit.com. >> a fokts news be-- a fox news weather alert. a winter storm has the nation in an icy grip and from the look of things not likely to go away soon. take a look the northeast and great lakes region are getting the worst of it. parts of young coul
says he blames america for turni ining the bomber's wife into a widow and his son into orphans. >> julie: thank you. they are keeping a close eye on what led to the attack in afghanistan. the intelligence community stepping up after the wake of the attempted christmas day bombing and the recent shooting spree at fort hood which left 134 peo13 people dea. director of national intelligence announcing a new commission to look in recent intelligence failures but some republicans are saying the u.s. needs to start sending a different message in the war on terror. malini wilkes live in washington with the news tonight. hi, malini. >> hi, julie. another counterterrorism review is getting underway in washington. the national intelligence director wants an independent assessment of the recent challenges facing the intelligence community. he has appointed former c.i.a. director john mclaughlin to lead a team examining both the attempted bombing on the detroit airliner and the fort hood shootings. this week, the white house released its preliminary review of the detroit attack. several co
attacks on america. >> our attacks on you will continue as long as you continue to support israel. >> tonight, why top terror experts say they believe ben laden had a no role in the plot. also tonight, they're happy, but exhausted. after waiting overnight at an airport, dozens of families now reunited with their new children. >> and we feel good, oh, yeah, yeah, i think he's feeling good. but for some the wait is far from over and the frustration is growing. >> now we're just here waiting and there's no information or anything, i'm on the edge. >> what is keeping dozens of haitian orphans have finally going home? >> plus, in the wake of the crisis in haiti with the tiny nation's infrastructure in ruins, power demand is soaring, but electricity hard to come by. now, a better green solution may be on the horizon. >> and that's a solar panel and in five minutes you're generating power. >> a new message believed to be from the world's most wanted terrorist claiming responsibility for a terror plot over the u.s. over the holidays. osama bin laden saying his operation is behind the fail
overnight sleep over in america. they have tony for the kids. matchbox car for johnny and off to bed for well-deserved night of rest. the paperwork isn't over. there is more to get through. but the davies say they're thankful the hardest part of getting them out is over. more to come on this. we have new video for that tomorrow, too. >> julie: a relief to hear the positive stories coming from haiti, though there are few. great to hear. thank you. for the latest news on haiti, go to foxnews.com/helphaiti where you find the latest headlines and information how you can make a difference, including list of reputable organization and charities. go to foxnews.com/helphaiti to learn more. waning support for congress for man in charge of the u.s. central bank and time is running out for his confirmation. what experts say could happen if he doesn't get needed votes. fox news is on the job hunt. how veterans are helping honor fellow service men and women next. >> mike: part of a major u.s. port closed after a collision between two ships prompt a big oil spill. the coast guard saying 450,000 ga
states of america. >> when we start the erebuilding effort, we want to do what i d did with the president's father in the tsunami area, we want to make sure the people know the money will be well spent. >> julie: the clinton-bush haiti fund. it's a website up clintonbushmate clintonbus clintonbushhai clintonbushhaitifund.org. molly henneberg has more. >> reporter: each of the men eresponded with with how can i help after obama called them. they want to ensure the ongoing integrity of the process to get help to on the country of haiti and says the challenges are immense but hope the clinton-bush haiti fund can help. >> i know a lot of people want to send water, but just send cash. we'll make sure your money is spent wisely. >> it's still one of the most remarkable unique places i have ever been. they can escape their history and build a better future if we do our part. >> reporter: president obama was measured in his remarks today telling the haitian people that "sustained help" is on the way and letting everybody know it's difficult to get aid to the haitian people quickly and safely and
the struggle to reach the desperate and the dying. plus, the next 48 hours could change america. >> if you were fired up in the last election, i need you more fired up in this election. >> julie: the race to replace a legend in the senate with the future of health care reform hanging in the balance. praying for hope among the devastation in haiti as aid distribution slowly makes head way. today, the first sunday since tuesday's catastrophic services held a week ago now held in the streets among the dead and rubble. people in the capital of the predominantly catholic country left with nothing, but their faith and the clothing on their backs. the u.s. military which is helping to coordinate the logistics of the relief effort says aid distribution is improving, today members of the army's 82nd airborne division delivered food and water to a makeshift tent city on a golf course housing thousands of people. also, today the u.s. embassy confirming the deaths of at least 16 americans in the quake. it says at least 70 more americans remain unaccounted for, the united nations human humanitarian chief c
. >> julie: greg, thank you. fox news channel is america's election headquarters as now, and right now we're just over a week away from a special election to fill the senate seat left open by the death of ted kennedy. well, conflicting polls are painting different scenarios in the race to replace the late lion of the senate. one, putting the republican and his democratic challenger in a dead heat and that coming as a bit of a surprise in a state well-known for its liberal leanings. malini wilkes has more from washington. >> julie, the race to fill ted kennedy's seat in massachusetts is getting more competitive with a republican making inroads in a traditionally leb liberal state. she was endorsed by ted kennedy's widow, vicky. former president bill clinton plans to campaign with her this week and coakley supports health care reform and democrats need to hold on to the senate seat to hold the 60 vote filibuster proof majority on health care, but some political analysts say coakley has been too complacent allowing scott brown to gain steam. and he's clearly stated he would be the 41st vote
and mad dash for designer wedding dresses, two stops as we go across america. >> indiana, flames and thick clouds of smoke shooting up in the sky when a cabinet shop catches on fire. emergency crews rush to the scene to south bend but it's too late. the fire was burning too fast and too hot and within an hour, the building collapses. no one was hurt. the cause is still under investigation. florida, that's right! all the dark specks you're seeing in the water. they're sharks! hundreds near west palm beach. it's shutting down area beaches. we're talking hammerheads, lemon and bull sharks. what are they all doing here? experts say the sharks move closer to shore during breeding season. fishermen have already caught one almost ten-foot hammerhead. just off the public beach area. wisconsin, despite the cold weather, pizza lovers lining up for a chance to get freebies for a year. a new toppers restaurant in green bay is giving the first 50 customers free slices year-round. and this guy is not messing around. he's in line with his tent. >> i got a heater in the back. i pretty much got all the bed
's fox watch around america. update on case of a missing utah mom. the only person of interest in the case, her husband moved out of state but now is back in town. police just served him a new search warrant. we'll have details straight ahead. plus, as much as we know about dinosaurs, there are some things that have remained a mystery. that's until now. we'll tell you about the latest dyno-discovery coming up. >> julie: new developments in the case of a utah mother who mysteriously vanished nearly two months ago. the husband of susan powell returning to utah after moving out of state to washington with the couple's two young sons. josh paul seen arriving at salt lake city airport yesterday. a friend saying powell is back in town to find tenants to rent the family home in west valley city. the family of susan powell is pressing what they hope to hear from her husband. >> we wish he would be more open and he would talk to press and get his story out there. that if there is something that he needs to say, that it would be said. >> julie: meanwhile, police in west valley city sayin
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